Addressing the media at Cobham ahead of the game at Liberty Stadium, Hiddink made it clear that the youngsters will get another chance to prove themselves after an impressive performance against Aston Villa.
Chelsea, who are pushing to reach the Europa League spot, will take the Liberty Stadium pitch once again with a team full of youthfulness.
“We have a few injured players so we will bring in some youngsters”.
Hiddink, in his interview, reported that John Terry is still unavailable though he is training on the pitch. Whereas Costa is suspended, with Hazard, Matic and Remy out of the action as well. The Dutchman added that Gary Cahill might be available for selection if he passes the fitness test.
Though, Hiddink hasn’t made it clear regarding who will start the game up ahead. Bertrand Traore, Falcao and Pato will all be hoping to get the nod. With the injury problems surrounding the team, Chelsea supporters are to see a youthful team yet again against Swansea on Saturday. And the youth players will be looking forward to impressing the new boss, Antonio Conte if given, a chance.